Eva Garfield was house-sitting in the Village on September 11. In these voicemails saved by her boyfriend in Germany, she describes listening to the NPR news that day and how she stood on Greenwich Street and watched the towers fall.
Stephanie Brody Lederman was one of the artists whose work was exhibited in the mezzanine of the WTC in the 1980s. She describes fellow exhibitor Louise Nevelson's dramatic entrance at that art opening.
Folk singer and songwriter Janis Ian, performing at the Twin Towers on August 1, 2001--just three weeks before the attacks--talks to the crowd and then plays an encore that now seems somewhat prescient.
Photographer Joel Meyerowitz started taking pictures at the WTC in 1981. In this interview with Terry Gross on NPR's Fresh Air, recorded on October 23, 2001, he talks about trying to photograph the events of 9/11. Part 3: The importance of…